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Curious teachers, create curious learners and great historians (2018)
Journal Article
Carter, J., Whitehouse, S., & Vickers-Hulse, K. (2018). Curious teachers, create curious learners and great historians. Education 3-13, 46(6), 648-660. https://doi.org/10.1080/03004279.2018.1483800

© 2018, © 2018 ASPE. Engel, S.[2011. “Children’s Need to Know: Curiosity in Schools.” Harvard Educational Review 81 (4): 625–645] stated that curiosity should be cultivated in our schools as it is intrinsic to children’s development. However, this is... Read More about Curious teachers, create curious learners and great historians.

Doing Research In and On the Digital: Research Methods across Fields of Inquiry (2018)
Book
Costa, C., & Condie, J. (2018). C. Costa, & J. Condie (Eds.), Doing Research In and On the Digital: Research Methods across Fields of Inquiry. Routledge

As a social space, the web provides researchers both with a tool and an environment to explore the intricacies of everyday life. As a site of mediated interactions and interrelationships, the ‘digital’ has evolved from being a space of information to... Read More about Doing Research In and On the Digital: Research Methods across Fields of Inquiry.

The Learning Adult: Building and Reflecting on the Work of Peter Jarvis (2018)
Book
Holford, J., Milana, M., Waller, R., & Webb, S. (2018). The Learning Adult: Building and Reflecting on the Work of Peter Jarvis. Routledge

Peter Jarvis is a towering figure in adult and lifelong education and a leading and original theorist of learning. This book explores the breadth and significance of his work. Sixteen chapters by leading international scholars explain and engage crit... Read More about The Learning Adult: Building and Reflecting on the Work of Peter Jarvis.

Digital scholarship, higher education and the future of the public intellectual (2018)
Journal Article
Murphy, M., & Costa, C. (2019). Digital scholarship, higher education and the future of the public intellectual. Futures, 111, 205-212. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.futures.2018.04.011

© 2018 Elsevier Ltd Intellectual life in countries such as the UK and elsewhere is currently framed by a seeming contradiction. On the one hand, notions of engagement and knowledge transfer have taken centre stage in higher education institutions in... Read More about Digital scholarship, higher education and the future of the public intellectual.

The process of involving children with autism in the design of a museum-based application (2018)
Presentation / Conference
Magkafa, D., & Newbutt, N. (2018, April). The process of involving children with autism in the design of a museum-based application. Paper presented at 22nd Annual Museums and the Web conference

Museums are considered active institutions that facilitate the possibility of self- directed learning and exploration. Decades have passed since the implementation of Disability Act (1995) and we have seen the incorporation of inclusive practices in... Read More about The process of involving children with autism in the design of a museum-based application.

Higher education students’ experiences of digital learning and (dis)empowerment (2018)
Journal Article
Costa, C., Murphy, M., Pereira, A. L., & Taylor, Y. (2018). Higher education students’ experiences of digital learning and (dis)empowerment. Australasian Journal of Educational Technology, 34(3), 140-152

This paper focuses on learning practices in higher education in relation to a digital participatory culture. Using key principles of critical education, the research sets out to explore higher education students’ sense of agency online – or lack of i... Read More about Higher education students’ experiences of digital learning and (dis)empowerment.

Pre-service teachers’ perceptions of theory – the case of compressed knowledge in mathematics (2018)
Presentation / Conference
Wilkinson, A. (2018, April). Pre-service teachers’ perceptions of theory – the case of compressed knowledge in mathematics. Paper presented at 9th British Congress of Mathematics Education (BCME 9)

This paper aimed to examine how pre-service teachers perceive the theory of compressed knowledge in mathematics; hoping to bring new knowledge to the issue of how to link theory and practice in initial teacher education. Twelve pre-service teachers a... Read More about Pre-service teachers’ perceptions of theory – the case of compressed knowledge in mathematics.

Digital scholars: A feeling for the academic game (2018)
Book Chapter
Costa, C. (2018). Digital scholars: A feeling for the academic game. In Y. Taylor, & K. Lahad (Eds.), Feeling Academic in the Neoliberal University: Feminist Flights, Fights and Failures, 345-368. Palgrave

This chapter focuses on the felt perceptions of academics engaged in digital scholarship activities, as forms of academic contributions. In so doing, it explores if and how such practices are redefining both the meaning of academia and what it feels... Read More about Digital scholars: A feeling for the academic game.

A potent mix: When science and poetry combine (2018)
Journal Article
Jones, V. (2018). A potent mix: When science and poetry combine. Primary Science, 152, 16-18

Teaching science through the unexpected route of poetry can establish new and interesting understandings for learners. This article considers how to merge these two disciplines.

Capturing habitus: Theory, method and reflexivity (2018)
Journal Article
Costa, C., Burke, C., & Murphy, M. (2019). Capturing habitus: Theory, method and reflexivity. International Journal of Research and Method in Education, 42(1), 19-32. https://doi.org/10.1080/1743727X.2017.1420771

Bourdieu’s career long endeavour was to devise both theoretical and methodological tools that could apprehend and explain the social world and its mechanisms of cultural (re)production and related forms of domination. Amongst the several key concepts... Read More about Capturing habitus: Theory, method and reflexivity.

From linguistic preparation to developing a translingual orientation – possible implications of plurilingualism for researcher education (2018)
Book Chapter
Andrews, J., Fay, R., & White, R. (2018). From linguistic preparation to developing a translingual orientation – possible implications of plurilingualism for researcher education. In J. Choi, & S. Ollerhead (Eds.), Plurilingualism in teaching and learning, 220-233. Routledge

A chapter discussing what researchers need to know about linguistic diversity before engaging in their research.

Higher education and social inequalities: University admissions, experiences and outcomes (2018)
Book
Waller, R., Ingram, N., & Ward, M. R. M. (2018). Higher education and social inequalities: University admissions, experiences and outcomes. Routledge

An edited collection of twelve original chapters of contemporary research into higher education and social inequality. The book is divided into three distinct sections exploring how social inequality manifests itself in three stages of the student li... Read More about Higher education and social inequalities: University admissions, experiences and outcomes.

Gendered and classed graduate transitions to work: How the unequal playing field is constructed, maintained and experienced (2018)
Book Chapter
Bradley, H., & Waller, R. (2018). Gendered and classed graduate transitions to work: How the unequal playing field is constructed, maintained and experienced. In R. Waller, N. Ingram, & M. R. Ward (Eds.), Higher Education and Social Inequalities: University admissions, experiences and outcomes, 210-230. Routledge

A recent Institute of Fiscal Studies report (Crawford and Vignoles, 2014) of 200,000 graduates showed those who had attended independent schools on average earned 18% more than peers from state schools 3.5 years after university. Even for graduates f... Read More about Gendered and classed graduate transitions to work: How the unequal playing field is constructed, maintained and experienced.

Part III – Contexts, people and practices (2018)
Book Chapter
Waller, R., Milana, M., Webb, S., & Holford, J. (2018). Part III – Contexts, people and practices. In M. Milana, S. Webb, J. Holford, R. Waller, & P. Jarvis (Eds.), The Palgrave International Handbook of Adult and Lifelong Education and Learning, 737-740. Palgrave

An overview of the third section of the edited handbook

The Palgrave international handbook of adult and lifelong education and learning (2018)
Book
Milana, M., Webb, S., Holford, J., Waller, R., & Jarvis, P. (2018). The Palgrave international handbook of adult and lifelong education and learning. Palgrave Macmillan

This Handbook provides a wide-ranging frame of reference for researching adult and lifelong education and learning. With contributions from scores of established and newer scholars from six continents, the volume covers a diverse range of geopolitica... Read More about The Palgrave international handbook of adult and lifelong education and learning.

Reconsidering the technologies of intellectual inquiry in curriculum design (2017)
Journal Article
Costa, C., & Harris, L. (2017). Reconsidering the technologies of intellectual inquiry in curriculum design. Curriculum Journal, 28(4), 559-577. https://doi.org/10.1080/09585176.2017.1308260

© 2017 British Educational Research Association. This paper reports on the design and delivery of classroom pedagogies and students’ engagement with it in two different UK universities. Under the banner of curriculum design and Bourdieu's curriculum... Read More about Reconsidering the technologies of intellectual inquiry in curriculum design.

Personalising learning in geography (2017)
Book Chapter
Jones, M. (2017). Personalising learning in geography. In D. Lambert, & M. Jones (Eds.), Debates in Geography Education, 127-139. Routledge

Examination of new Labour's concept of personalistaion; its application to education as personalised learning as interpreted in practice in geography teaching n secondary schools in the UK.

Debates in Geography Education (2017)
Book
Jones, M., & Lambert, D. (2017). D. Lambert, & M. Jones (Eds.), Debates in Geography Education. Routledge

ebates in Geography Education encourages early career teachers, experienced teachers and teacher educators to engage with and reflect on key issues, concepts and debates. It aims to enable readers to reach their own informed judgements with deeper th... Read More about Debates in Geography Education.